It is not unheard of for foreign leaders to complain to American officials about an unflattering story on the Voice of America or RFE/RL. To which that official will, in all likelihood, respond that t
Still trying to figure out just who was cheering at Trump’s visit to the CIA? The answer is: it’s murky. Like at his press conference, there were supporters brought in—apparently with th
Everyone loves American propaganda posters from World War I. Like this one: In fact, a selection of these posters are currently on display at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, which I will be seeing
Bspencer’s post about animated films reminded me of the great and utterly bizarre Vladimir Tarasov 1979 animated film Shooting Range. Part of the superb Animated Soviet Propaganda DVD set, Taras
No day is complete without Soviet propaganda. This translates as “The path of talent on Capitalist shores / The path of talent on Socialist shores” And let’s face it, it’s not
David Sirota wastes the opportunity to say something interesting about Hollywood and the military: Americans are souring on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The military budget is under siege as Cong
This seems kind of interesting. I think that #7 is particularly important, and that some of the rest are actually subsets of the “must protect our women and children” construction of war.